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have got to keep the white and the blacks separate. >> "king: a filmed record...from montgomery to memphis." in a black history month special, we air excerpts of the releasing oscar-nominated documentary about dr. martin luther king and the rise of the civil-rights movement. the film was originally screened for one night only in 1970 in more than 600 theaters across the united states. it has rarely been seen since then in the past four decades. today in a "democracy now!" special, we air extensive footage of the montgomery bus boycott, and in its 50th anniversary year of the 1963 march on washington for jobs and freedom, we hear dr. king and his own words. all of that and more coming up. this is "democracy now!," democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. afghan president karzai has ordered his special operations forces out of the province of wardak for alleged involvement in crimes against civilians. in a statement, karzai accused u.s. special forces of "harassing, annoying, torturing and even murdering innocent people." karzai aides say the allegations pertai
on a city bus in montgomery, alabama. an act of resistance that launch the modern-day civil rights movement. today, we spend the hour looking at her life. >> we have one of the most famous americans of the 20th- century treated like a children's book hero, not seen as being worthy of a substantive, scholarly treatment. that is what surprised me and continues to surprise me, the ways that we diminish her legacy by making it about a single day, a single act, as opposed to the rich and lifelong history of resistance that was actually who rosa parks was. >> we speak with historian jeanne theoharis, her new book, "the rebellious life of mrs. rosa parks." all that and more coming up. this is democracy now!, democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. the obama administration has granted itself the right to launch a pre-emptive strike on foreign targets. cyber attacks would be carried out, should the what has been the necessary, to prevent an imminent and dangerous attack from abroad. the authorization was part of a pending set of rules for cyber warfare. it would fall under the o
".com. >> jeanne theoharis recounts the life of rosa parks. she is most remembered for her bus arrest in montgomery, alabama. her involvement was far more extensive. this is about an hour and five minutes. >> good evening. on behalf of the chancellor and faculty, i welcome you to our campus. how are we culture he? on rosa parks 101st day, her birthday, the author explores the question of rosa parks. what was behind that? those that know her. .. what is the price paid for having done something? dr. jeanne theoharis answers some of those questions and she writes it in her new book "the rebellious life of mrs. rosa parks". jeanne theoharis was born in staten island six weeks ago and her family moved to milwaukee, wisconsin, where she was raised. she held the first chair in woman's studies and as professor of science at boca raton college, she is also co-founder of educators for civil liberty. she is the author of numerous books on the civil-rights movement and the politics of race in the united states including as co-author of schools suck:students talk back to the segregated nation and its failures o
' political activism. she argues she is often only remembered for her bus arrest in montgomery, alabama, but her involvement in the civil rights movement was far more extensive. this is about an hour, five. >> good evening. my name is georgette norman, director of troy university rosa parks' museum. on behalf of the chancellor, the faculty, student body, i welcome you to our campus. i want to ask you a question. very glad you're here. how are you politicized? how are you acculture ated? want you to think about that. as we honor rosa parks' 100% birthday, we have -- 100th birthday, we have the honor of having with us to start this whole celebration off dr. jeannie theoharis who asked that question of rosa parks. what was behind that no? that no heard round the world? those little two letters that opened the floodgates of all those divergent streams into that one vast ocean. at the time that no carried with it great risk. risk in terms of gender, class and race. the question is, what is behind that kind of courage? what makes one take those kinds of stands? and more importantly, what is t
in montgomery, alabama but her involvement in the movement was far more extensive. this is about an hour five. >> good evening. my name is georgette norman at the georgia parks museum. on behalf of the chancellor, faculty, body, and welcome her to our campus. when i ask you a question, how are you politicized? how are you acculturated? i want you to think about that. as they honor rosa parks a hundred earth day, we have the honor of having with us dr. jeanne theoharis, who asked the question of rosa parks. what was behind that? that no heard round the world. consider two letters that open the floodgates of mother's day vergence dreams into that one vast ocean. at the time risk in terms of gender, class and race. the question is, what it behind that kind of courage? one makes one take those stands and more importantly, what is the price paid for having done so? .your jeanne theoharis and to some of those questions and she writes it in her new book, "the rebellious life of mrs. rosa parks" "the rebellious life of mrs. rosa parks" was born and spent about six weeks and moved to milwaukee, wiscon
montgomery county, frederick county, maryland and south and east of washington. much of prince george's county into southern anne arundel, this dark green area in northern charles and across the potomac into southern fairfax county along 95 from fairfax county down toward lorton and northern prince william. that's where there's one band of bigger flakes falling. roadways treated, road temperatures a little above freezing. it will be melting on roads. any accumulation is only on grassy areas. temperatures are near or below freezing though. some of the roadways that have been untreated may be a light dusting on the untreated surfaces over the next couple of hours. all of northern virginia, most of maryland at or below freezing. reagan national at 33 degrees. it's fast-moving. not even an inch locally. it may happen in parts of southern maryland and the eastern shore. farther west, an inch or two in the valleys. it does look like it's only a dusting to much at the most. maybe a half inch to an inch. again, this is going to be quickly ending by noontime. windy and cold today. this afterno
. tonight, mike montgomery is paying for getting physical with star player allen craft. kpix's don knapp with more on what the coach and his boss are saying about last night's push. >> reporter: it all came in the heat of the moment of an important game. it was a flash of passion or was it anger? only lasted a couple seconds, but clearly the impact will linger on. >> they were trailing sunday when emotions overtook the coach mike montgomery as he chatted with the star player. it was the kind of thing that could end a coach's career. at the post game news conference montgomery had a quick answer suggesting it was the motivator that they needed to overcome usc. the shoved player was diplomatic saying, quote, he is my coach and there are no hard feelings. i just have to leave it at that. it motivated me. but cal's director made it clear that montgomery's shove was unacceptable and it will not happen again. >> we most certainly have a problem when there is disrespect from the top because you are teaching these young people not just about the game. you ar
workers could be affected in prince george's, montgomery and howard counties. tomorrow county executives of all three will be holding a joint press conference pleading for a deal and one of them is with me right now. montgomery county executive, thanks for coming by. how did the three of you get together on this and what's the take away for tomorrow? >> unfortunately when you have the sequestration hit in all these counties, it's easy to come together and explain the negative impacts to our communities. >> we've been hearing about this for weeks. what is it you're going to tell lawmakers they. thought about. >> they've thought about it, they simply haven't acted as yet. we try to increase the pressure and engage every day citizens in terms of what can happen in hope they can lend their voice to this dick debate. >> in montgomery county, sequestration, what's going to be the immediate effect if it happens. >> we have 37,000 federal employees living in montgomery county. it could mean layoffs and furloughs for a large number of people which adversely affects everyone, not just those employ
come are you, so far there is no word on what is inside the package and no word on when montgomery street will reopen. >> reporter: i am alex savage, was it a coach being a coach or was it simply unnecessary, you will hear what people are saying about it coming up. >>> steve paulson will talk about the changes coming up including rain. >>> and kids television, the one thing kids can do to help improve your young child's behavior. . >>> the bay area condominium market is booming. sales are at the highest level since 2008 and they have jumped 3 5% from a year earlier. condos are still being constructed. >>> $85 billion, an across the board spending cuts are being dealt with, but lawmakers are on holiday and will not reconvene until next week. they will avoid a sequester but the -- but they say the president already got attacks increase last month. >> the sequester is sort of a hammer. >> that will not work, we can't just cut our way to prosperity. >>> both democrats and republicans say sequestering could lead to failed economic recession. >>> oscar pistorius is charged with killing h
women's track athlete from springfield high school right here in montgomery county. christine rigusters is charged with disguising herself in traditional muslim robes to snatch a 5-year-old girl from a philadelphia school. our scott broom is in white oak, maryland, tonight. >> reporter: christine rigusters is a 2011 graduate of spring brook high school who made her mark here on the track team but who was accused in court in philadelphia today of a horrible crime. among the charges against rigusters is kidnapping and child rape after she was questioned thursday about a disturbing january 14th incident targeting a 5-year-old elementary school girl. rigusters described by police as a daycare worker is accused of dressing in a traditional muslim costume to pose as the victim's mother in order to check the child out of a philadelphia elementary school. 18 hours later the little girl was found abandoned in a park. she'd been sexually assaulted. the child is being haled now as a courageous hero for leading investigators eventually to the house where rigusters was arrested. among the clues, th
coach mike montgomery apologizes for the shove. tonight we've learned his fate. >>> bay area fire department gives people an inside look at their operation without ever leaving home. >>> and a trouble track star back in court. how his version of a deadly shooting differs from prostitutors. . >>> the san francisco couple is behind bars tonight for allegedly forcing three women and a teenage girl into prostitution. south san francisco police say a clerk at this la quinta inn saw a man drop off the four women and call police saturday. the suspect jones and maria both 25 could face life in prison under the state's new human trafficking law since one of the victims is a minor. >>> police down in orange county identified a man behind a deadly shooting ram pain early this morning. an unemployed part-time student first shot and killed a 20-year-old woman at the home where he lived with his parents. they say in the next hour investigators say that syed carried out three carjackings, one in tus con, two in sant an. they say he killed two people and wounded two others in the process. >> ulti
the areas are. in southern fairfax and southern montgomery charles, st. mary's, calvert county, already getting some snow. in fredericksburg and culpeper as well. front royal and winchester and hagerstown as well. we are reporting at reagan national, have not seen any snowflakes in rocklin. if we are under a winter weather revisory for the potential of up to an inch of snow. that will be isolated. more of us will see just a dusting, a half-inch. there are a few rivers frederick loudoun derickson, morgan county is for that. wind chills factor in the upper 20s. it will be a cold and blustery day. a little sunshine before the day is over. from the belfort furniture weather center, i hope traffic is doing ok. steve? >> traffic is just getting started. not bad right now on 95 or 295 although the hov gates were little late to open. they will be opening from dumphries to the prince william parkway. there is a backup on 95 northbound from stafford county to the first hov entrance. it should be the next couple next. north of that looks ok across the occoquan and over to 395. no problems from fre
. there was an overnight crash at the 11th street bridge, but that has been cleared. montgomery county police are busy with icy conditions. a crash on southbound 270 at quince orchard. montgomery county getting a lot of calls over slick spots. back to you. >> thank you. a good heads up for people to be extra careful. apple is offering a cheaper version of its macbook. >> president obama is spending time on google+ today. diana perez has more. >> apple's new maks book with the reds in the display will be cheaper and faster. it will accept lower profits to build up its brand. president obama will go on google+ this afternoon to discuss his state of the union address, as he did a year ago. if you can watch it on google+ youtube, or whitehouse.gov. apple is developing a smart watch, but there's already one on the market. cruxes it is wearing a that you can look at the screen to see who's calling you, you are listening to, or what the latest text messages. >> i am diana perez. [ male announcer ] we began with the rx. ♪ ♪ then we turned the page creating the rx hybrid. ♪ ♪ now we've tu
two accidents on the outer loop of the beltway in montgomery county. right near each other. the first one, outer loop at university boulevard is blocking your right shoulder lane. the second one, chopper 4 flying live over this accident. it's blocking the right lane. crash looks like it's been moved to your right shoulder lane. your kdelays around hampshire avenue. train number 890, delays up to ten minutes. it's stopped because it struck a deer. expect delays on the brunswick east line. traveling on penn south train 511. you have a seven-minute delay. i'm back in ten. aaron, over to you. >>> breaking news. a little more than an hour from now, we expect to learn whether olympian oscar pistorius will be granted bail. a judge supposed to present his ruling at 7:30 our time. prosecutors say the athlete poses a flight risk because he owns a home in italy. his defense argued this morning that pistorius' prosthetic legs keep him from getting through airport security easily and make him internationally recognizable. pistorius is accused of shooting and killing his girlfriend on valentine's d
of salt on the roads. >> here we are in montgomery county on 355 wisconsin ave as it becomes rockville pike. there's an accident blocking the ramp from northbound 355 onto the inner loop of the beltway. police are there. watch for that very early. not causing a delay, but you will be detour away from the ramp. the beltway near the american legion bridge looks pretty good right now. no problems around the beltway in maryland or virginia. back to you. >> thank you. now to the weather problems in the city of laurel. it is flooding. the good news is the waters are starting to receive from the patuxent river. >> the commuter lot by the marc trains station on lafayette avenue and riverfront park will reopen. jay korff has more. it is scary. >> hundreds of laurel, maryland, residents living near the river face a voluntary evacuation order. the water has already crept into backyards. >> it's probably 5 feet of water. >> the frustration is not limited to the storm system. residents and city officials believe the majority of the flooding was caused after wssc opened floodgates upstream, a decis
between an montgomery county form and the montgomery county school system. >> and the owners of the farmers say the school system has taken steps to force them off of county land, while the school system has a different story. >> pictures taken earlier show pictures with locks. a father has been farming the land for decades but he and others have recently been embroiled with the board of education over a plan to turn the 20-acre farm land into soccer fields. there is pending litigation. it will be decided whether or not the board of education went through the right process when it comes to leasing the land. they locked only two of tem to still and to the farm. they say that allows them to remove their equipment. there is no use for the property. it is said -- but they find it odd that the move comes days after a letter was circulating from montgomery county delegates and senators talking about keeping the land as a farm. the change in locks only happened after security personnel was inspecting the property and that they had lots that did not belong to the district so they re
to plead guilty to child sex abuse charges in montgomery county today. he was charged in october if after former student said that he abused her for several years in the 1980's. the former students include world record breakers as well as olympic gold medalists. he faces 15 years in prison. >> montgomery county firefighters looking into what caused a commercial building fire in germantown. newschopper 7 was over the scene wednesday night in the 17,000 block of germantown road. no injuries reported the. that's the good news. the warehouse is in an isolated area and it did not affect traffic or any residents nearby. allegations are surfacing about sexual harassment in the d.c. fire department. >> sources tell us numerous women have launchelodged a complaint. two training academy inspectors have been accused of harassing female cadets source. tell us the harassment or sexual in nature. the department says it takes the allegations seriously but they believe the alleged inappropriate conduct was not sexual. >> we have done everything we can to remove those members and to retrain them. we will
the montgomery, alabama, bus boycott. she would have turned 100 on monday, february 4th. mrs. park's defiance made her a national legend, the tired seamstress who refused to give up her seat on a segregated bus. but her story is much more complex. scholars would like to study rosa parks' papers, but it turns out they are unavailable for public view. david tereshchuk is our correspondent. >> reporter: when rosa parks died just over seven years ago, prominent national figures celebrated her as the ordinary citizen who herself achieved fame by transforming the cause of civ rights thugh one simple act. a black woman in montgomery, alabama, refusing to give up her seat on the bus to a white man. but many of mrs. parks' admirers believe her true nature has not been fully recognized since her death. for one thing, too little account is taken, they think, of her strong involvement in the african methodist episcopal church. that involvement, says author of a new parks biography, jeanne theoharis, was matched with a deep faith that called her to action. >> it is a faith that requires people to act in t
and they closed montgomery. the bomb squad investigated and after a few hours gave the all clear. they didn't say what was in the package. >>> now to a story only on 2. our investigation into a pricy conference being attended by the u.s. postal service in the bay area. they are spending $2 million to send executives to san francisco. this comes when the u.s. postal service is losing billions and planning to end saturday deliveries. ktvu's eric rasmussen is live in san francisco with what he learned. eric? >> reporter: they say the conference happening here next month is a critical networking and sales opportunity but critics point out the agenda includes a dance party, dinner event and golf. >> the first day of the forum plays out on the golf course in san francisco. 4 days, 4,000 people are expected to attend the conference and 400 will be u.s. postal service employees there on the government's dime. documents show the travel, $220,000 in exhibit space will cost $2.2 million. the hotels go for nearly $300 a night before the government discount. >> the u.s. postal service is in financial trouble
. right now still getting light to moderate rain in washington. right now, montgomery county into howard county getting some of the more moderate showers. the areas in yellow. the darker green, prince george's county. northeast, southeast washington. farther west, just light rain in fairfax county, stafford, spotsylvania, fauquier. still getting the showers moving southwest heading northeast that will be with us off and on through much of the day. it's all above freezing but it's a cold rain. only in the mid and upper 30s. farther north and west, it's near 40 in southern maryland. >>> we'll have our temperatures holding steady in the mid and upper 30s through 7:00. low 40s by 8:00. a lingering chance of a shaur for noontime. ought to climb into the 50s. we'll look at the afternoon into the evening coming up in ten minutes. coming up right now with your first 4 traffic, danella, good morning. >> good morning. pretty quiet out. checking an accident earlier. i-95 southbound near the rest area. but it's clear. travel lanes are open heading north and southbound. getting by without issue. pret
degrees. in maryland, montgomery county into frederick county now. most of those locations are only near 20 degrees. prince george's county now in the low 20s. there's the view of the washington monument. reagan national at 24. that wind gusting around 15 to 20 miles per hour. by 6:00 a.m., it's going to be around 20 degrees. by noontime in the upper 30s. then by around 4:00 or so, it's going to be generally in the low 40s or so. lots of sunshine and the winds will be diminishing. hometown forecast, la plata, charles county, lots of sunshine through the day. by noontime in the upper 30s. i'm back with a look at the rest of the day for the region. that's coming up in ten minutes. now a look at your president's morning traffic with danella. good morning. >> good morning. still checking on things. if you're making the commute along d.c., 295 southbound, so the earlier accident at exit 1 still in the roadway. stick to the left lane, shooting over this time out of charles county, no issues in the la plata area as well as -- nice and clear. through 1 northbound. no issues to report. a live loo
in. right now, it's cold. we're near freezing in the suburbs and montgomery county and in prince george's county. arlington and fairfax. generally the mid 30s there as well as the district of columbia and across west virginia, temperatures a little above 30s. we'll have rain in the afternoon hours but then changing 6:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. thursday to some snow. i don't think we're going to get much at all. less than an inch. in this light blue zone north of washington, west of washington and all of that just accumulating on grassy areas. the road temperatures should be way too warm for it to stick to any roads. it may stick to a few roads. that's way out in western maryland. right along the pennsylvania border, with maryland and otherwise this is going to be a minor event. all rain elsewhere points south and east. >> i'm back in ten minutes. a look at your first 4 traffic is danella. >>> good morning. we'll head to the beltway. crossing over the wilson bridge, an accident in the through lanes. now it's in the shoulder lane. this is as you travel the outer loop. it was in the throu
las escuelas del condado de montgomery tendremos un reporte sobre los talleres de informacion gratuitos que ofrecen... ademas...les diremos como los delfines hacen milagros para muchos niÑos que padecen de enfermedades... siguen las precipitaciones en el area metropolitana hasta horas de la madrugada, enterese cuando esperamos mejores condiciones atmosfericas despues de la pausa... los parcialmente nublados al amanecer, poco a poco se iria incrementando la nubosidad y esperamos lluvias a partir del mediodia, hasta la madrugada... ahora en horas de la noche esperamos nieve a partir de las diez de la noche... las condiciones atmosfericas en el transcurso de la semana temperaturas frescas y dias mayormente nublados. este es el pronostico del tiempo para nuestra region, regreso con ustedes compaÑeros ... al regresar tendremos nuestro habitual reporte con informacion de las escuelas del condado de montgomery.. el momento, tomas silvani nos amplia acerca de los talleres de informaciÓn gratuitos que se ofrecen a todos los padres de las escuelas pÚblicas del condado de montgomery.
. mixing in with snow. seeing flakes in north west. up to the north. northern montgomery county. damascus, mount airy. and investigators -- gaithersburg, and over toward baltimore. south of washington, all rain. it will continue to be. one thing you notice here. that rain continuing to make its way out of the region. back to the west. leesburg, frederick, rain/snow is out of the region. look at the numbers down to 38 in washington. 22 degrees difference. there is still another chance for some snow. at least in part of the area. and it is the part of the area that didn't see it tonight. we will talk who is going to get what over the weekend and just how cold we are going to get too. stay with us. >> thank you, doug. disturbing, par done me, disturbing new details in the abduction of a 5-year-old girl from philadelphia. also the suspect's ties to our area. >> the 19-year-old suspect grew up in montgomery county before moving to philadelphia to work at a day-care center. jackie benson in silver spring with more on the arrest. jackie? >> reporter: the sole person under arrest for what its one
. pavement dry just about everywhere. it's near or below freezing. montgomery county is near 30 degrees, as is most of maryland and across northern virginia. into west virginia. right now arlington fairfax county near 30. so is prince george's county. southern maryland. charles county, calvert and st. mary's. we'll stay below freezing. with a little bit of sunshine in and out. by 8:00 in the mid-30s. by noontime, near 50 degrees. sunrise at 6:59. the sunset at 5:46. hometown forecast for culpeper. culpep culpeper, virginia ought to reach the mid-50s by mid-afternoon. incredibly, it could be snowing tonight. i'll have the latest on that. how much we might get. here's danella with first 4 traffic. >> traveling in the area, pretty nice. no reported delays, metro, mark vre. running on schedule. i-66, traveling in the hay market area. route 15 checks out. 66 looks nice and clear. a live look past sudley road. eastbound, inbound, no issues to report. outbound as well. nice and clear commute heading to the beltway. let's talk about inside the beltway on 66. a live look at spout run parkway. ha
. back to you. >> thank you. >>> more breaking news now. another fire. this one in montgomery county, rockville. we pulled up to the scene here. this is a former youth treatment facility which is now vacant. we're talking with firefighters here and will bring you an update as soon as we get it. tough morning, busy morning, as well. stay with us for updates on the breaking news stories. >>> firefighters battid -- battg mother nature, as well. cold and windy. tom? >> winds gusting 20, 25 miles per hour. now they're settling a little bit. temperatures are below freezing. in the 20s from the mountains to the atlantic beaches. that includes the immediate metro area. it's only near 20 in montgomery county. arlington, fairfax, prince george's, now the low to mid 20s. district of columbia now in the mid 20s. we will stay below freezing to 9:00, 10:00 this morning. mid 30s by noon. we'll have clouds coming and going. winds will be gusting again around 30 miles per hour at noontime. hyattsville, hometown location in prince george's county, back down this time tomorrow below freezing. i'll have
mike montgomery is under fire for shoving a student athlete and initially suggesting it was okay. amber lee live at the berkeley campus now. if you're talking to a state lawmaker who says the coach needs to be suspended, amber. >> reporter: here on the cal campus there appears to be a sense of forgiveness. but leland yee is calling for the coach to be suspended. >> reporter: cal basketball coach montgomery says he let his emotions get ahold of him. crab appeared upset and was led away. today leland yee is asking for some action. >> there needs to be some suspension. i think the one day suspension is enough to show that it is not okay. crab led the bear's come back in eventual lee. montgomery was unapologetic says the shove quote worked didn't it. but later in a statement he said while my intent was to motivate our student athlete, but actions were inappropriate and i apologize for my actions. the pac12 reprimanded coach montgomery. there are reports that coach montgomery was involved in a similar incident and this time the coach should be punished. reporting live here at the uc berkeley
. he's coached for 20 years and highly regarded but tonight mike montgomery is under fire for shoving a student athlete and initially suggesting it was okay. amber lee live at the berkeley campus now. if you're talking to a state lawmaker who says the coach needs to be suspended, amber. >> reporter: here on the cal campus there appears to be a sense of forgiveness. but leland yee is calling for the coach to be suspended. >> reporter: cal basketball coach montgomery says he let his emotions get ahold of him. crab appeared upset and was led away. today leland yee is asking for some action. >> there needs to be some suspension. i think the one day suspension is enough to show that it is not okay. crab led the bear's come back in eventual lee. montgomery was unapologetic says the shove quote worked didn't it. but later in a statement he said while my intent was to motivate our student athlete, but actions were inappropriate and i apologize for my actions. the pac12 reprimanded coach montgomery. there are reports that coach montgomery was involved in a similar incident and this time the co
. the meeting will discuss how to curb gun violence. montgomery county police chief is also set to speak at the event. it comes on the same day that president obama travels to minneapolis to push his proposed gun control legislation. >>> today, virginia lawmakers once again take up the so-called gun show loophole. the courts of justice committee will discuss whether to enforce background checks at gun shows in the commonwealth. currently, only licensed dealers are required to obtain checks of gun shows. the general assembly rejected numerous proposals to extend that requirement to private sellers at gun shows even as recently as last month. >>> heads up. today is the percent dfirst day for work that the south entrance at the pentagon station will be closed. the agency is replacing escalators there and it will had stay closed into the fall. when finished, they will be similar to the one as the dupont circle station. the north entrance will stay open during construction. >>> new this morning, new information about the bus crash that killed eight people and injured more than a dozen others
avenue at oakview drive. we know the two right lanes are blocked. montgomery county police were keeping in touch with them to get more information but in the meantime keep that in mind and maybe use an alternate route and not use new hampshire half. also we've had issues on the beltway north of town. outer loop of the beltway before georgia avenue. the accident was moved to the right shoulder. look at what it left for you. let's take a live look there on the outer loop where at route 29 you can see it jams up as you head toward the accident where again everything is on the shoulder. a live look as well 270 southbound which is slow route 109 to 121. back to you. >> thank you, monika. >>> montgomery county blair high school students are saving lives with their eyes. this week's cool schools report they're doing it with something called the blair walk project. we'll explain right after this. some times the big plan doesn't work. and the perfect life turns out to be not so perfect. so you start fresh. new city. new job. new bank. there's a lot to figure out. so, i switched to suntrust. they
, moderate rain in northwestern montgomery county from northwest of rockville toward potomac and near poolsville. farther south in loudoun county near ashburn and great falls, they're getting moderate showers. farther north and east, the rest of montgomery county and most of prince george's county, a few more moderate showers, east and east of clinton. moderate showers around a the northern part of the bay. milder air is pushing into west virginia in the 40s there. shenandoah valley in the mid-30s. closer to washington, in the mid and upper 30s in montgomery, arlington, fairfax, prince george's and the district of columbia. the hometown forecast in upper marlboro, may hit the upper 50s by the afternoon. this cold rain through 8:00. then maybe a chance of a scattered shower after that into early to mid-afternoon. after that, we'll begin to dry out. a look at the rest of the day into the evening, that's coming up in ten minutes. first 4 traffic this monday morning with danella. good morning. >> good morning. tom, we'll start with the rails. metro, marc, vre, all on schedule. no delays r
overnight stayed elevated. now that we've cleared out a little bit, it's generally low to mid-40s montgomery county. arlington and fairfax now generally in the low to mid-40s as well. through the morning, we'll have lots of sun, blustery northwest wind. we'll stay in the 40s by noontime into the upper 40s. winds gusting around 20, 25 miles per hour. charles town, west virginia, hometown forecast by 3:00 p.m. in the upper 40s there. a look at the rest of the region all the way into this evening. that's coming up in ten minutes. first 4 traffic now with danella on this tuesday morning. >> good morning. still tracking this earlier accident. chopper 4s in columbia, maryland right now. if you're traveling westbound 32. trying to get on a northbound 29 northbound pike. your exit ramp is blocked by an overturned box truck. crews on the scene trying to turn the truck back on its wheels. it you're thinking of avoiding this mess altogether, the volume is light. depending how long it takes to get the accident out of the roadway -- thinking of taking 95 northbound. instead, here's a look at 32. very lig
held at the jail with no bail. >> tonight there is a call to suspend cal kabul coach mike montgomery for shoving a star player during last night game. it's coming from a state senator who also happens to be a graduate of uc berkeley. john is live for us at the pavilion on the cal campus. john? >>reporter: coach montgomery already reprimanded by the pack 12 and athletic director has said his behavior is unacceptable but state senator yee is calling for a suspension saying it will hopefully wake up the coach about his behavior. >> all conference last year. >>reporter: sharp jab by cal basketball coach montgomery lasted only a split second but the fall out linger. yee a state senator and cal alumni calling on the university to sues pen the coach for at least one game. >> you don't allow a history professor to push a student as a learning lesson. i don't understand why you do that in the athletic department. while this may a basketball game, this is still in part of the instructional program of the uc system. >>reporter: coach montgomery shoved star player crab during sunday night
and potential punishment. >> reporter: in berkeley, contrite words from mike montgomery. >> it's obvious i made a mistake and i feel very badly about it. >> reporter: gave him a little shove. >> reporter: during a time out in sunday's game against usc montgomery shoved star player alan crab. >> i got a little carried a way in the heat of an emotion of a basketball game. i apologized to allen, i apologized to the team. >> reporter: montgomery was reprimanded. >> this is something we can't tolerate. >> reporter: sports psychologist harry edwards doesn't argue for a suspension but believes in a zero tolerance. >> push comes to shove, shove comes to a punch and a punch comes to something even more grievous. so at the end of the day, it's something that's a road you just don't want to go down. >> reporter: crab who helped the bears rally for a win. met with the reporters said and said montgomery should not be suspended. >> he didn't do anything. people might look at it as a bad thing. but like i said, he just tried to fire me up. so that's all i'm saying. >> reporter: school officials confirmed to m
're near the freezing mark or below. that includes montgomery, arlington, fairfax prince george's county. shenandoah valley into the mountains, northern neck, eastern shore, cloudy, in the upper 20s, near 30. the leading edge of this precipitation maybe a few scattered light flurries trying to reach the ground in northern schenn owe douhenandoah valley. east of there, just cloudy. no travel problems weatherwise for the commute. cloudy and cold in the upper 20s through 8:00, 9:00. a little above freezing. maybe a few scattered flurries between 8:00 and noon. i don't anticipate that will be sticking on roadways. we'll have that, though, just very light flurry activity, maybe increasing a little bit into the afternoon hours. sunrises at 6:50. the sunset at 5:54. any wintry mix for coating is not until tonight right now changing to rain. details on that coming up in ten minutes. a look at traffic now this friday morning with danella. good morning. >> good morning. well, we'll start with the rails. if you're taking metro, marc, vre, on time. no delays reported. let's head over to the roadways
on storm team 4 radar locally. right now as we zoom into central montgomery county, rockville, that's the location for our hometown forecast. temperatures by noontime will be up in the upper 30s under a cloudy sky. hour by hour for the region today, we'll have a lot of clouds through the day. maybe a little sun around sunrise. highs reaching the low fourth by early afternoon. we'll look at that and maybe a little wintry mix from the storm moving in tonight. i'll show you the timing coming up in ten minutes. a look at traffic now with danella, good morning. >>> good morning, tom. just into the first 4 traffic office, an accident on the beltway in montgomery county. we'll take a closer look. this is just as you approach georgia avenue. delays are growing. here's a live look at university. you see piled high. the situation this -- once you get closer to georgia avenue, you'll see two left lanes blocked. reportedly four vehicles involved in the crash. we'll show you new hampshire avenue because now just a moment ago as i was walking out, i hardly saw any cars. now you can start to see t
basketball. cal coach montgomery getting physical with the star player. we have the reaction from kpix 5's don knapp. >> emotions overtook cal coach. it was the kind of thing that could end a coach's career. he had a quick response. the shoved player was diplomat exsaying he is my coach and there are no hard feelings. i have to leave it at that. it motivated me. >> we most certainly have a problem when disrespect begins to come from the top because you are teaching young people something about being young men, about being responsible adult citizens and so forth. >> coach montgomery later aa poll -- apologized. it also brings to mind other acts from college coaches. bobby knight fuming over a couple fouls called again his team throwing chairs. he was given a one-day suspension. >> spreewell dragged his nope 1997. the warriors canceled what was left of his $23 million contract and he was suspended by the nba for a year. and ohio state buckeyes coach brought his 28 year career to an instant end when he jumped off the bench and onto the field to punch a c
in out of the north and west. temperatures right now only near 30 degrees. montgomery, arlington, fairfax, prince george's county. district of columbia right now, low 30s. throughout the day today, we'll have highs reaching the upper 30s by mid-afternoon with that gusty wind and a few clouds racing through. seven-day outlook in ten minute. a look at traffic with danella. >>> good morning. 66 eastbound at 29 in centreville, crash is blocking the left side of the roadway. now it looks like it's moved over to the left shoulder lane. delays, you're jammed at the bypass and that's because earlier the left lanes were blocked. i'm pack in ten minutes. aaron and eun over to you. >>> thanks, danella. >>> hitting the gym in your jeans. we're not suggesting donning denim. it's the other kind of genes. some of us may be wired to workout. >>> the message vice president joe biden was sending with this comment. >> put that double barrel shotgun and switching to progressive could mean hundreds more in your wallet year after year. feed me! saving you money -- now, that's progressive. call or click today.
. cal coach mike montgomery getting physical with a star player during a game. kpix 5 reporter elissa harrington is on the cal campus with video and reaction. >> reporter: good morning. the cal coach is being highly criticized after what happened during a game on sunday and he is holding his weekly press conference today where he is expected to address that shove. here it is in case you missed it. coach mike montgomery shoved star player allen crabbe. this was during a very intense game on sunday against usc where they were coming back from behind for a win. the coach said he was trying to snap crabbe out of a funk and later apologized. >> trying to get him going. probably overdid it a little bit but allen is my guy. i need him. i need him to be going. we can't win if he is not ready to play. >> reporter: the pac-12 chimed in releasing a letter reprimanding montgomery and cal director of athletics said the shove wouldn't happen again. state senator leland yee is calling for a one-game suspension and crabbe the player who was shoved spoke out after
coach mike montgomery getting physical with a star player. kpix 5 reporter elissa harrington is on the cal campus this morning with video. >> reporter: the men's basketball coach being highly criticized is actually holding his weekly presser today where he is expected to address that shove. it happened sunday night. yesterday the pac-12 released a letter reprimanding coach montgomery after this interaction between him and a player at a game. montgomery shoved star player alan crabbe. this was during a game against usc where they were coming from behind for a win. afterwards the coach said he was trying to snap crabbe out of a. he later apologized. >> i was trying to get him going. probably overdid it a little bit. i need him. he's my guy. >> reporter: the pac-12 released a letter reprimanding montgomery and the director of athletics said the shove wouldn't happen again. state senator leland yee is calling for a one-game suspension and crabbe spoke out after the game. he seemed diplomatic saying everything is fine, it's under the bridge,
and st. mary's. farther north and west, near 30 in montgomery county. much of fairfax, arlington county into loudoun county around 30 degrees. maybe a dusting to an inch at the most in this light blue zone. that includes washington, much of fairfax, prince george's, montgomery. farther soupt, there may be up to an inch in st. mary's county, southern charles, parts of the northern neck. farther west, a couple of inches alon the blue ridge and the highlands out in west virginia. i'm here with frequent updates throughout the morning. it will change hour by hour. first 4 traffic now with danella. >> i'm tracking construction in the area. let's start with the southeast, southwest freeway. construction in both directions heading east and west. this is between main avenue and 12th street. one lane gets you by and right now that lane is the left lane. let's also talk about construction further down 395. this is between seminary road and duke street. you're going to see construction blocking at least one lane as well. also southbound 395. not as bad on washington boulevard. report of a disabled
rain around washington and southern montgomery county and the district of columbia. this snow is coming down a little more moderately, west of leesburg, big flakes there as well as from warren on to culpeper. there could be an inch in the purple color, there could be an inch of snow, maybe sleet mixing in. that includes the nearby counties. northern fauquier, points north and west. the rest of the region all rain. it will change over to all rain by noontime and temperatures in the upper 30s. i'm back with frequent updates throughout the morning. have a look at traffic now and how the precipitation is affecting the roadways. good morning, danella. >>> good morning. slick conditions. as far as accidents, looks nice and clear in the area. a closer look if you're traveling 295, bw parkway in maryland as well as i-95 in md mtd. heads up, southbound between 198 and the icc had roadwork there. checking cameras in the area, no issues to report. the trip out of frederick toward the beltway, you're clear in germantown, no issues as you continue towards rockville. connecting to the beltway, inner
for the service of chai tea at 79 new montgomery, the department denied in it this case for like foods. in the evaluation there is a starbucks coffee and jumba juice, who serve similar types of drinks it's relates to tai chi or chai coffee in this case. we denied it and we believe in the evaluation what was appropriate based upon the guidelines. thank you. >> thank you. is there any public comment? i'm going to give you two. i'm barry hearing it right now. >> eke. i also have 102-degree fever. i would like my three minutes. thank you. >> i have to give you two. >> you can have three. let's not fight about this. go ahead and take your three. >> i wasn't notified about the chai cart at the new montgomery. >> state your name record. >> my name is allison rowe. they are within the 300' radius and only tonight is the first time i heard of it. referring to the overhead projector we have chai latte on our morning beverage menu. i find it odd that the chai cart was rejected because jamba juice with cold drinks had chai on their menu and therefore it would be a competing product. what w
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